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Today, January 17, 2023, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Markets and Finance has published a new content with the title Goldman Sachs Sees ‘Bullish Concoction’ for Global Commodities. If you want to watch this video in streaming, you have come to the right place!
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Goldman Sachs says commodities have the strongest outlook of any asset class in 2023. Head of commodities research Jeff Currie says a perfect macroeconomic environment and critically low inventories present parallels with the record run-up in commodities prices from 2007 to 2008. Stephen Stapczynski reports on Bloomberg Television.
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